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And Michael Shilman is on to talk about what Storybook is, why you should consider using Storybook, whether you can use Storybook in a CI process, how Storybook handles client change requests, and how do different technologies work with Storybook?
John Papa @John_Papa
Ward Bell @WardBell
Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin
Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker
Michael Shilman @MShilman
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- Storybook on Twitter
- Storybook web site
- How to test you design your system
- What is storybook and how can I use it to create a component library in react?
- How to build JS components with Storybook
- Fluid Framework Playground (demos using Storybook)
- Storybook - When, Why, and How
- Multiple technologies can be “combined” into a single Storybook
- Set up a ci/cd pipeline for storybook using GitLab
- Deploy Storybook to an Azure storage static website with Azure DevOps Pipelines
- Storybook - getting started on Pluralsight
- Storybook docs
- Storybook and MDX
- Visual testing with Storybook using Chromatic
- The Musketeers tv show on BBC
- 01:26:00 What's in a name?
- 04:35:03 Guest introduction
- 06:17:13 What is Storybook?
- 12:15:01 Sponsor: Raygun
- 12:52:06 Why use Storybook?
- 21:04:11 Adding MDX
- 27:03:17 Can I use Storybook in my CI process?
- 32:42:04 Sponsor: Ag Grid
- 33:50:12 How does Storybook handle client change requests?
- 40:55:02 How do different technologies work with Storybook?
- 42:54:12 How do I get started with Storybook?
- 44:31:11 Final thoughts
Podcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.